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instead of the great distance. >> right. maybe creep little by little to grow. and most of carville was centered in about a two or three-block radius. so people started getting very excited about the idea of what they can do with these old cars. this was a very famous sort of bed and breakfast of the 1890's called vista del mar, run by mrs. patriarch. she had these old north beach and mission horse cars that she essentially left revealed on the upper floor. she put pillows and hammocks up there so guests could stay up and look at the ocean from the car up above. this house sort of became like the winchester mystery house. it kept growing and growing, and having more additions and more cars annexed on to it. so at one point it has up to 10 cars. you can see they're using old dash signs or destination signs for fencing, actually, here in the front. so everything gets recycled in carville. later mrs. patriarch's bed and breakfast becomes an episcopal church called st. andrew's by the sea. so here it is in that incarnation. in the back there's a shed there. that's the sunday school, it
carville in two of his novels, scenes and characters. one is a romantic. a guy rents one and brings his dates out there for a little romantic rendezvous. and another one where an old car conductor rents a car and it comes to life. you have to read more in these books. another artist and musicians. this car on the left, number one, was called la bohemme rented in the sutro section by musicians who when they finished their work downtown in the clubs and theaters would go out to carville to this clubhouse in the night and drink and go skinny dipping in the surf and raise all sorts of ruckus. this little hill in front of them they called mount diablo. they each had their own little locker that was locked up where they kept their liquor so they didn't have to share with each other. and less bohemian wildness. this was a women's card-playing club. they called their car water wild. carville wasn't only out there in the outer sunset. other little communities came up here and there all across the united states, actually. but after the earthquake and fire, 1906 earthquake and fire, there was a li
of and it's really fascinating and wonderful. he's going to talk about "carville by the sea" today. we'll look at slides. he'll tell us about the history of the outerlands, previously uninhabitable area of the city. we will invite your questions. so, please, you in the audience if you have questions, let us know. woody can help. thank you, woody, for being here. >> thank you. so we're going to talk a little bit about carville by the sea today. carville was a unique community out on the edge of san francisco. as you can see by the slide, it was made up of old street cars and horse cars that people used for residences, bars, restaurants, clubhouses. it had its peak in the 1890's, around the turn of the century. i should mention that you see this is a color shot. none of these photos were originally colorized. i essentially put color in there for the book just to make it pop a little bit. so don't be fooled. before we get started i'd like to talk about the organization that i helped found 10 years ago, the western neighborhoods project dedicated to the history of western san francisco. we
. james carville is on board. he said it is time for hillary legions to convert their harbor for candidacy into real grassroots organization. so it begins. it did not take long. >> these days, if you want to run for president, you have to start early. i saw these rumblings, why is she not doing anything? she did not take the full six months off. this woman does not take a break. however, every time i underestimate her ambitions, i am wrong. >> she has already waited too long. >> on the one hand, it will make no sense. she will be old, in her 70's. >> nobody said that about right in. -- reagan. >> these people are different from you and me. they operate in a different way, they think in a different way. why would sanford do it? they are just different. >> i am told, once you get the bug, it is like a virus. you cannot get rid of it. >> i know nothing of it. there is no way that james carville would be doing what he is doing if hillary clinton did not approve of it. the clinton campaign is underway. >> there are other people out there that looked fondly at the white house. one of them i gues
seem to be heating up. long-time clinton adviser james carville signed on with the pro-hillary forces. she appeared at an event with joe biden, widely touted as a likely candidate in 2016 if clinton does not jump into the race. thursday, her new book deal was announced. scheduled to be released next spring. good timing if she's a candidate. what the final chapter might be is still being written. >> ah, yes, final chapter yet to be written. when you hear names like james carville joining pro-hillary forces you start to think it's gearing up to be a possible presidential campaign. >> secretary clinton has not endorsed this pac, she stayed neutral, but all public signs certainly pointing that direction. certainly keeping her options open. >> you were at the women's conference, had a chance to talk to hillary clinton behind the scenes, asked her what everybody is asking her. inning including republicans and democrats. >> the first thing i asked her was how she was feeling, she looks as if she's feeling better, gone are the glasses she had after the fall. she had her hair cut, she looks gr
public appearance since leaving the obama administration. former clinton adviser james carville will join us to talk about her potential run in 2016. >>> plus, the breaking news about rutgers firing its basketball coach after this shocking video became public. coach mike rice seen physically and verbally abusing his players. he was originally suspended, paid a fine for his actions, but the athletic director let him back on the court. dave briggs, co-host of "the crossover" joins me later in the hour on that. starts with freshly-made pasta, and 100% real cheddar cheese. but what makes stouffer's mac n' cheese best of all. that moment you enjoy it at home. stouffer's. made with care for you or your family. [ sneezing ] she may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec®. powerful allergy relief for adults and kids six years and older. zyrtec®. love the air. >>> so a big night on the stage for two possible 2016 presidential contenders, former secretary of state hillary clinton and vice president joe biden spoke in washington last night. it was clinton's first public appearance since steppin
to bring informer president clinton campaign manager james carville. always good to see you. >> thank you. good morning to you. >> so much to talk about. you have already pledged your support to the ready for hillary super pac. so does that mean you think she's the best candidate that the democrats have. >> what about the inevitability that is out there that is potentially her greatest weakness? >> i don't know what she can do about it. we're going to talk about it because she's the most compelling, interesting person and we're going to continue to talk about it and she's not going to make up her mind probably until the midterm. we're going to be siting around here and waiting and there's not much we can do about it and we ought to enjoy it for what it is and it's the best thing i've seen in my lifetime and she's a compelling person. if you look at the speech she gave today about the women's issues, you can see why there is all of this attention being paid to it. >> people went crazy when she walked into the room they -- there were tumultuous applause. as she was leaving, they gave her a
james carville made it interesting by telling maureen dowd, "running for president is like sex. no one ever did it once and forgot about it." all righty then. >>> former new york congressman anthony wiener and his wife will give their first interview since he resigned following his sexting scandal. something the publication neither confirmed or denied. that is your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> we want you to take a look at this. incredible video out of kansas today where a storm dropped golf ball-sized hail. some hailstones reaching upwards of 2 inches. all over the place there. nbc meteorologist bill karins joins us now and hopefully we don't see too much more of that especially those without car insurance. that could be problematic. >> it's rough. the hail coverage. >> yeah. >> you need it in some areas of the country and maybe the next couple of days. severe weather outbreak. we haven't had many throughout the spring. very lucky. haven't had tornado fatalities in over a month. they approach st. louis, peoria, springfield and rain will be towards chicago during the morning
that this week, james carville, a clinton-ite decided to jump on the bandwagon saying we got the ferrari. i don't know if he said ferrari. it was something to that effect. the last thing is you know, how she chooses to make money and spend her time. we saw mitt romney go off the campaign trail and go right back under the board of marriott, enture capital with his son. hillary clinton does she just go on this speech circuit? is that what she's going to be spending her time doing? does she want to go make fun? and if she does, where does she go do that and what sort of potential pitfalls? >> amy, as we're watching all of us look at this too early, everybody is thinking it's in her interest to wait on this decision and announcement to freeze the money and freeze the deal. >> tell us how that strategy plays out. what do you do for the last 30 months. >> when does that work? >> what does? >> the freing the pill. >> if you talk to anyone in joe biden's work, they're running. push the button. martin o'malley the government nor of maryland he's got a very high profile scenes. the governor pushing an in
james carville will react to the big proposed budget. and new orleans, once again, under fire for corruption. they are mad at me down there. carville will be here. later, the far left celebrating if you can believe it, the death of margaret thatcher in a disgraceful ways. >> thatcher's death? i think it's a celebration around the world. >> bill: those reports after these messages. >> bill: unresolved problem segment tonight, is it possible, is it possible to get america's tax and spend situation under control. joining us now from new orleans democratic vat gist james callville. what about the argument if you raise taxes in a soft economy you make the economy worse? the president is going to come in tomorrow, 600 billion in new taxes. people are going to go hey, that's not going to help us out. >> if you raise the wrong kind of tax it will. we cut the payroll tax by 2 percentage points and helped a lot. when we put it back on that hurt. that effects everybody and effects a lot of spending. i know the people at wal-mart would certainly say that. what the president is talking abo
barnicle, of course. james carville, he is author of the book "it's the middle class stupid." and margaret carlson from the bloomberg view and the great willie geist as well. a lot to talk about today. greg walden, man, we will talk about that in a second. he kind of got it from both sides. >> started with you and heard it j john boehner and about everybody else in his party. >> he did not have a good day. >>> the gun control debate is officially on the senate floor. 16 republicans, that's a pretty big number. 16 republicans joined 50 democrats and two independents in voting to allow the debate to begin. proposals will include background checks on gun sales and strength mental health and safety school programs. some families of the newtown tragedy have mixed feelings about the vote. >> i was very pleased with how many yeses we did have and happy to get this passed but i was completely shocked there were so many who were still against this and who still believe that we don't need to be heard, that newtown doesn't deserve a vote and that nothing needs to be done. we had a good start. this is
carville, our friend. >> who? >> remember james carville? he is now behind this ready for hillary pac e-mailing supporters. i'll put it up on the screen. there hasn't been a presidential election in my lifetime when democrats have been as united behind a potential candidate as we are today. we owe it to hillary to start putting the building blocks of her campaign together now. the modern political campaign demands it. paul, not very subtle from james. >> well, you know, james, and i am a good, old fashioned shoe leather reporter. this was hard to do but i was able to reach james carville. somebody i speak to every day for i don't know, 28 years now. here's what he said. these very nice people who run this pac, support hillary, he supports hillary. they asked him to sign an e-mail. he did so. he is not joining a pac or any other organization. james is not a joiner. but he was happy. look. this is not i think news flash. james carville wants hillary to run for president. let me make more news. i want hillary to run for president. i think she would be a great president. that's all that thi
, the summit going on today, tonight and tomorrow here in new york city. now james carville has joined the superpac, the ready for hillary superpac, the most high-profile hillary person to sign on to this group. >> ruth marcus, i thought you were running a clip from james, i apologize. and happy 5th. >> thank you very much. >> i'll try to do better. so we all thought, secretary clinton told us she was going to take time off and clean her closets and get some rest. and i guess we're done with that. how interesting is it that when you're a clinton, you just have to kind of keep moving forward and being out in the world, she's also has a book deal that's about to be announced if it hasn't already been announced. how interesting is it that james carville is doing this super pack because he certainly isn't doing it over her objections and i suspect if they didn't talk directly he knows that it's not, she's not averse to that. so little sign there of what might be coming. >> certainly a sign that she's keeping it all together, the team in case she decides to run. and also keeping the donors,
everyone around her, james carville joining here this week, the strongest signal yet. >> maggie haberman, you wrote something really interesting in politico, the viewer's guide to her intentions and the various benchmarks. pay attention to these things. her business choices, cautious versus candor, the company she keeps, where her book tour takes her. she's going to write a book this week talking about her time at the state department. the muzzle on the big dog, that being the former president, and her appearance. discuss. >> i'll work backwards, actually, starting with appearance, which maureen dowd hit on today in "the new york times" and it's right. you are seeing sort of a new hair style on hillary clinton. i got a lot of pushback on talk ing about that, but the reality is hillary clinton has dealt with this kind of thing for years. she has turned it into a joke, number one. number two, her book, they announced a book deal this week. where you see that tour take her i think is going to be very interesti interesting. we saw a lot of presidential candidates this past cycle use book tou
on anywhere else in the world. one thing that is interesting is we're not making it up. james carville is going to help fund raise for the hillary super pac. this is a real thing. they are putting everything in motion. you're active in democratic circles. you must know a lot of people just waiting for the phone call. >> people are already talking to one another. james carville has an incredible following. he put out this statement. if you have a fast car but no fuel where are you going? his job right now is to raise money. of course it is 1,313 days away. >> you just pulled that number out of the air. >> but, clearly, if she decides to run she would be not only the front-runner but the person to beat. not just among the democrats who might consider running but also the republicans. >> obviously vice president biden is watching this very closely. he'll probably run no matter what. who will be -- will sit by the sidelines if she runs? >> biden is the big question. governor o'malley of maryland. andrew cuomo i think is someone who would very much like to do it, it seems, if she is not in.
for your time, see you back here tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. eastern. joining michelle then, james carville and skron thon capehart and don't go anywhere, "now" with alex wagner comes up next. joy reed is filling in for alex. >> you can call it the grand old fractured party. when it comes to social issues, republicans have varying opinions on how to fight the culture wars, we'll talk about whether the party can ever truly come together. >>> another day, another state tries to bypass the constitution when it comes to abortion rights. >>> and forget about chris christie in 2016. first he's got to get past 2013, his democratic gubernatorial rival joins us on her race against the popular new jersey governor, all of that when "now" starts in a mere 180 seconds. carfirmation. only hertz gives you a carfirmation. hey, this is challenger. i'll be waiting for you in stall 5. it confirms your reservation and the location your car is in, the moment you land. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day men's 50+ is a complete multivi
are he's not going to. >> james carville signing on with hillary superpac. is it ever too soon? >> not when you have an organization this large that we know is going to get moving. it's not too early. >> she's going to have so much money and in superpac world they'll chime in. >> people out there say they'll raise a billion dollars. >>> the road to the final four in our senate madness tournament and who is making early trips to the early primary states. we'll show you what late-night guys had to say about the changes coming up. who defeated william "boss" tweed in a race for u.s. congress? we'll get the answer and more coming up. we'll be right back. [ ship horn blows ] no, no, no! stop! humans. one day we're coming up with the theory of relativity, the next... not so much. but that's okay -- you're covered with great ideas like optional better car replacement from liberty mutual insurance. total your car and we give you the money to buy one a model year newer. learn about it at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? [ girl ]rumental ]
know james carville has joined the super pac to vote to lure hillary clinton into the 2016 race. in an e-mail he said there hasn't been a presidential election in my lifetime when democrats have been as united behind one candidate as we are today. the enthusiasm and hunger for a hillary clinton presidency is unlike anything i've ever seen. >>> the office virginia attorney general and presumptive republican nominee for governor said his push to uphold the state's sodomy law is not about gays but rather about protecting kids from adult sexual predators. he is expected to formally get gop nomination for governor at the state party convention next month. he will face terry mcauliffe in november. right now the polls show they are in a dead heat. >>> and new fool for speculation, that ran paul will run for president in 2016. he is set to deliver the key note address at a republican party dinner next month in the early primary state of new hampshire. those are some of the things we thought you should know. what's this? uhh, it's my geico insurance id card, sir. it's digital, uh, pretty
turn. >> to that end, carville is now lending his name to the "ready for hillary super-pac." in a fund-raising solicitation yesterday he told potential supporters it isn't worth squat to have the fastest car on the race track if there isn't any gas in the tank. dramatic moments during her tenure, including the killing of osama bin laden, the overthrow of gadhafi regime in libya and the arab spring. >>> national journal points out that conveniently puts her book tour right when democratic congressional and gubernatorial candidates would welcome her help on the campaign trail. another guy who will be out on the trail in 2014 vice president biden all too aware of his underdog status. being biden, that stroke of genius audio series addresses that elephant in the room. his appearance on stage this week with hillary clinton. >> i want to tell you about this photo. this is a picture of my friend, hillary clinton, and me, standing backstage at the kennedy center. hillary and i strongly believe that any cultural norm that result in the guise of religion or righteousness that results in discount
for president, these are the kinds of issues that she'll continue to be out in front on. >> james carville appeared with chris jansing and recently al e alikened himself in favor of hillary clinton. let's listen. >> she's the most compelling and interesting person on the political scene right now. we're going to continue to talk about it and she is not going to make up her mind probably until after the midterm. >> so alice, we've got to hold out until after the midterm but do you think that she really is -- that she would clear the democratic field and that she would really scare the he lchll of republicans. >> she touched on arkansas. in my view, i believe that hillary clinton is the second woman from this state to be thrown under the bus by the obama administration. senator blanche lincoln being the first one. i'm encouraged to he see the fact that miss clinton has stepped back from the current administration, given herself a little breather and see what she has ahead. i think she's got a great feature. i'm a republican but there's certainly a lot of folks here and in the natural state
. but is that really true? james carville agrees with that assessment. >> i don't think there's ever been anybody that is a prohibitive front-runner for party's nomination as secretary state clinton is right now. >> but of course, not everyone believes it. howard dean's former tech guru says the idea hillary clinton is the inevitable nominee is quote stupid. we've seen this before. newspaper columnists were writing clinton appeared to be in a class all by herself. gallup found her nearly 30 points ahead of a guy named barack obama. times have changed, but maybe not for the better as far as clinton is concerned. assuming she's the democratic nominee, she would be the front-runner, but being the front-runner or establishment pick isn't all that it's cracked up to be. in fact, it may hurt you more than it helps. 2012 saw another giant step forward in the role technology plays. social media means they can get their message out without having to pay for ads and could provide a significant woos to any democratic challenger. joining me now, nick, social media expert. known him a long time. back when he
to go. is she looking to get a ajump-start on 2016 and a run on the white house. james carville joins me and much more coming your way in moments. . all prescription nsaids, like celebrex, ibuprofen, naproxen and meloxicam have the same cardiovascular warning. they all may increase the chance of heart attack or stroke, which can lead to death. this chance increases if you have heart disease or risk factors such as high blood pressure or when nsaids are taken for long periods. nsaids, like celebrex, increase the chance of serious skin or allergic reactions or stomach and intestine problems, such as bleeding and ulcers, which can occur without warning and may cause death. patients also taking aspirin and the elderly are at increased risk for stomach bleeding and ulcers. don't take celebrex if you have bleeding in the stomach or intestine, or had an asthma attack, hives, other allergies to aspirin, nsaids or sulfonamides. get help right away if you have swelling of the face or throat, or trouble breathing. tell your doctor your medical history. and find an arthritis treatment for you. visit
carville, this is james carville yesterday on misnbc. take a listen. >> i'm a 68-year-old guy and i do notice honestly the way that women look sometimes, but you got to learn to sort of keep your opinions to yourself. i doubt he'll do it again. not the worst thing that ever happened. >> so again the president called to personally 0 apologize to his long-time friend. has this been blown out of proportion. >> i think this has been blown off of the planet. this is silly. i would wish the president would think i was good looking. i would wish he could name he and called me later to apologize. this woman has gotten a lot of adeposition because she is an attractive woman. >> how surprised are you at the backlash. >> i'm a little surprised. i thought it was a dumb thing to say because it's on warehouse you would get this sort of reaction. i don't think it's catastrophic. it's not like he made a comment on a part of her anatomy. i don't see how why it was necessary to call to apologize. had he said he was the ugliest, i can see the apology. but we may have overdone it a bit much. >> this is pr
as secretary of state. she got $8 million for the memoir back in 2003. also today james carvil who won president clinton's 1992 campaign will be lending his name to the ready for hilary pac. he isn't joining the pac in any official capacity, but tells the "washington post" he is happy to help, and not to be left out, there is kudos on the way for president clinton courtesy of glad. it is going to give president clinton its advocate for change award. president clinton came out recently in support of doma being overturned. glad calls clinton a leader and ally critical for helping move the march for equality forward. we're back after the break. stay with us. ♪ >> "viewpoint" digs deep into the issues of the day. >> do you think that there is any chance we'll see this president even say the words "carbon tax"? >> with an open mind... >> has the time finally come for real immigration reform? >> ...and a distinctly satirical point of view. >> but you mentioned "great leadership" so i want to talk about donald rumsfeld. >> (laughter). >> watch the show. >> only on current tv.
? james carville will go to her super pac, what does that tell you? >>gregg: she represents the establishment. what is old in politics. not what is new. >> she does if you look at her as her and her husband but if you look at her, hillary clinton the woman you have the thing of the women's movement and time to have a woman, we have had our first african-american president and new we want our first female president, has nothing to do, pro or con with solving our problems. that is what elections are supposed to be about not examples of social change. >> you worked for her husband, doug, when he was president. she will run, right? >> i believe she is going to run. i believe the speech on friday suggested very strongly she is going to run as a change agent talking about empowering women, minorities and the like. she understands, i think, given the drift we talked about in the first segment of policy, it is best for her to stay as far away from washington, dc, literally, and met metaforically, as possi. she could get the nomination and be elected. >> she can get the nomination bu
remember some years ago being on the panel with james, you remember him. james carville. [applause] he described pennsylvania as pittsburgh and philadelphia separated by a third world nation. [laughter] i said i beg to differ, it is pittsburgh and philadelphia separated by america. [applause] i i can't think of any place would rather be this evening. i have to tell you i was the ceo of cabela's. he said i have to tell you how come wayne lapierre gets to go to the turkey federation and the mule dinner and they send you to harvard? -- mule deer. i said i guess that is what happens when you get second choice. tonight, i had a chance to meet many of you. i thought this was a lincoln day dinner and i see this is a gathering of nra members and i truly appreciate that. [applause] noun the national rifle association is not a partisan organization in the sense that the republican party is. i happen to be a proud republican. in terms of the second amendment, the second amendment and the right to keep and bear arms in this country is not, never has been, and should not be a partisan position. the
in the middle section of the state. i remember some years ago being on a panel with james carville. you remember him. [laughter] and he infamously described pennsylvania as pittsburgh and philadelphia separated by a third world nation. [laughter] and i said i peg -- beg to differ. it's pittsburgh and philadelphia separated by america. [applause] so i can't think of any place i'd rather be this evening. i have to tell you, i was with the ceo of cabela's not too long ago, and he said, dave, i've got a question i have to ask you. and i'm going to have to tell him about this dipper tonight. he -- dinner tonight. he said how come wayne r pierre gets to go to the mule deer dinner, and they send you to harvard? [laughter] and i said i guess that's what happens when you get second choice. but tonight i've had a chance to meet many of you. and i thought when i was invited up here, i thought it was a lincoln day gattering for the republican party. i see it's actually a meeting of nra members, and i truly appreciate that. [applause] you know, the national rifle association is not a partisan organization in
manager, remember, james carville had to say. >> i'm a 68-year-old guy, and i do notice honestly the way women look sometimes but you got to learn to sort of keep your opinions to yourself. i doubt if he'll do it again. not the worst thing that ever happened. >> okay, weigh in on this. fair criticism or overblown? >> i agree it's not the worst thing that after happened but i'm glad the president apologized because his comments can't be seen in a vacuum. women still struggle to be taken seriously and women are still really valued based on their looks and the president of the united states, a supposed progressive, should not be enforcing that. >> you're chuckling a bit. >> i'm not chuckling, it is serious, but when a compliment becomes this big to-do, it is a bit overwhelming. now, i'd like to say, if it was a republican who had said that kind of comment, i'm sure she would have been named outdated and not sensitive to women's issues and everything else. yes, the president did do the right thing in apologizing, but it seems just crazy that we're in an age that you have to apologize for say
stir up a lot of feelings on both sides. as james carville said today probably best to just stay away from that entirely because some women will be complimented. some will be offended. why go there? >> it stirred up a lot of commotion and discussion in our newsroom here at cnn as well. i'm sure newsrooms all over the country. rachel, thanks very much for coming in. >> thank you. >>> just ahead, did the president really need to say he's sorry? we'll further ex-floplore what going on. we'll have our strategy session and talk about some other important stuff as well. >>> and some pretty sorry jobs numbers were released today. even president obama's former chief economist says the latest report is in his words like a punch in the gut. ical thinker. ) i'm telling you right now, the girl back at home would absolutely not have taken a zip line in the jungle. (screams) i'm really glad that girl stayed at home. vo: expedia helps 30 million travelers a month find what they're looking for. one traveler at a time. expedia. find yours. how sharp is your business security?o! can it help protect you
clinton, dee dee myers, james carville. >> boom. >> there you've got -- >> not clinton. >> that's four. >> you've got a clinton third presidential campaign right there, and terry mccall the democratic candidate for governor in virginia is making clear to potential donors, supporters, staffers that a way to get in on the ground floor of hillary 2016 is to help his campaign. those four people, i just mentioned helped him raise $2 million for his campaign in march. an adviser to bill clinton, thatted a fundraiser in his home. but there's one problem with this. he's not running in d.c. hep wants to be known as a virginia businessman, not a d.c. money man as he was when he was head of the democratic national committee. not only is this a test of the hillary clinton organization, how it's playing now, but this is not just any state. virginia, which is now up with ohio as the swing state. >> are you saying, is he telling people explicitly now, if you get in we now, you'll be in with hillary when she runs in a few years? >> it's a good point. it's subtle. and what we're told is his team of adv
. >> i mentioned one of the problems with plumbing with these carville homes. i was wondering at what point in history did outhouses become illegal in san francisco? >> i'm not sure of that. but outhouses were the big part of carville. you see these early shots. there are outhouses like right next door. >> i found out, when i moved to my current house, my house had been moved from the reservoir site at holly park to where it was. there was a woman, this was 20 years allege, who had seen the move. she was a kid. she described it coming on a wagon, pulled by a mule. it was basically being breaked by the mule. because it was coming down a hill. and that was just information in my neighborhood from a woman who had lived there for a long time as a kid. and the time is getting further and further away from when these existed. but i think the best thing is humans. and maybe tchutch societies that have senior members. >> yeah. no, if you go to almost -- almost all of our members -- we're a nonprofit organization. so we have a whole membership program. almost all of our members are these kind
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